Pharrell Williams Covers GQ’s April Issue

Paola Kudacki
Pharrell GQ Cover

We can’t get enough of Pharrell’s colorful style lately. The way that huge, funky hat keeps changing color is quite amazing. So you can imagine how excited we were to see the “Happy” singer fronting the April cover of GQ.  On the spring issue, the 40-year-old hit maker rocks a bright yellow Burberry London shirt and red tie under a blue sweater, paired with bright cobalt Burberry pants and worn Marc by Marc Jacobs kicks.  

In the spread the singer continues to sport his wondrous style -- a blue suede hoodie over a powder pink shirt paired with leopard slip-ons is just one of many fabulous and funky looks.

In his interview Pharrell talks to Zach Baron about the backlash surrounding his album cover, twerking, the hat-collection, losing the Best Song Oscar and potential 2016 presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.

“Hillary’s gonna win. Pharrell tells GQ.” Listen, I’m reaching out to her right now. She’s gonna win.” Will Pharrell’s mega-mashing music power translate to his political views? 

When it comes to the criticism his album cover for “G I R L" received, the singer had a lot to say: "It’s insecurity. You can be anything that you want to be, and what I chose to do is put my friends on the cover. The girl that was closest next to me is black, but they didn’t know that, so they jumped the gun. “

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